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Meet the miracle bunch….they were born outside with no shelter in the cold. Mom was chained to a tree and on property of hoarders in GA. Most of the dogs were confiscated by Animal Control but they felt the puppies had a better chance of surviving on their own than in a shelter environment. So they brought Momma a doghouse and some food, and she did an amazing job because all her pups survived. A plea to take in Momma and her pups came in to The Last Resort and we immediately stepped into action to get these babies and Momma to safety. The pups and Mom are in their foster home in North Carolina and will stay there until adopted. We are able to transport them to our MD or NJ locations.
Momma is a Carolina Dog/Shep mix and we have no clue what Dad is, but they’ve made for some really cute offspring. Shiya is now a year old and is ready to find her forever home soon!
Shiya is soooo sweet and loves her human holding her and loves her cuddle sessions. Shiya has an assertive personality and is friendly and outgoing. Shiya is potty trained and crate trained and likes other dogs. She's not overly vocal so an apartment would be okay as long as she has access to a dog park, but a fenced yard would be more ideal.
Shiya is spayed, current on her vaccines and looking for her forever home. She can be transported to NJ or MD for an approved adopter and is being fostered in NC.
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